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New Subminiature Filters for EMI/RFI suppression [News]
posted November 3 2014 17:36.30 by Giorgos Lazaridis




CTS Tusonix will present at Electronica the new 4310 and 4311 series of subminiature capacitors. These small footprint devices are aimed for high-speed communication systems and microwave applications.

The 4310 series subminiature press-in filter is an excellent benefit for applications that have space constraints. Its 2.16mm hole size supports "652.5mm pitch with ease - delivering 1.5x higher linear density than standard feed-through capacitor filters.

The 4311 product family is the optimal feed-through capacitor solution for hermetically sealed applications. It utilizes a corning 9010 or equivalent electrical grade compression glass and gold finish 100 microinches thickness over 200 microinches nickel under plate, for superior durability. The filter is <3mm in depth and its diameter of 2.08mm allows a perfect fit into a 2.5 pitch.
Other key features of the 4310 & 4311 series include:

  • Support working voltages up to 150VDC
  • 25dB Suppression at 100MHz and above
  • 40dB Suppression at 1GHz and above
  • 50dB Suppression at 1GHz and above
  • Fully RoHs compliant


  • Here is the original press release

    [Via: EDN]    [Link: CTS Tusonix]
     
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